Ba and bs journalism and mass communication in University of iowa
Journalists work in all sorts of media and industries. You'll find them practicing strategic communication as they work in advertising, public relations, marketing, and in areas such as health care, politics, gaming, and entertainment. They report and write about all kinds of news and information in today s rapidly expanding communications media. The need for communication specialists in almost every company, institution, and organization provides endless possibilities for the profession.
Academic records, Typical SAT scores (combined critical reading and math)- 1060-1267, ACT Composite 23-28, Average GPA 3.64, TOEFL: IBT-80, PBT-530, IELTS-6.5, PTE-53
Journalism and mass communication graduates work nationwide and worldwide at newspapers and magazines and in advertising, branding, broadcast news, marketing, media research, photojournalism, publication design, public relations, radio, and other areas.As communications media expand, so do job opportunities. Over the past few years, more and more graduates have found their first jobs in online social media.
Study in Germany with Berlin School Of Business And Innovation